The themes about growing up are relatable, the nostalgia is real, and the monster-fighting remains legitimately scary. ‘Stranger Things 3’ is excellent.
In the third season of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things,’ the story is centered on eroticism instead of friendship.
It’s just too good to go on forever. Wallowing in ’80s nostalgia is healthy when done in moderation, but too much could make for disappointing outcomes.
Ted Wheeler may not look so bad to those whose fathers were abusive or absent (or both). Indeed, despite his flaws, he’s not even close to being the worst father in ‘Stranger Things.’
There’s so much to like about this season, it’s hard to cram it all into one article, so let me tell you about the 10 best things from ‘Stranger Things’ season two.
The expectations after the wild success of the first run were high. Season two doesn’t disappoint, giving us more characters to love and villains to loathe.
Hopefulness, genuine friendship, and self-sacrifice. That is what make this show meaningful. Small-town virtues.
Our annual Halloween episode explores this year’s best horror entertainment including ‘It’ and ‘Stranger Things.’
After ‘Stranger Things’ season one captivated ’80s kids like me, it needed to follow up with a satisfying season two. Mostly it accomplished that, but has weak points.
These amazing board games (some old, some new) will make the time fly until Netflix releases 1980s nostalgia hounds’ favorite TV show.
For those seeking geeky protagonists, ’80s retro, and misfit adventure, here are a few movies that should tide you over until the end of October.
The new Netflix series ‘Last Chance U’ shows the brutal reality of poverty, broken homes, and tough luck, lit up with beautiful cinematography and the allure of hope.
Gracy Olmstead joined Federalist Radio to talk about the regulatory burdens facing small farms.
It’s not all Steven Spielberg and John Carpenter references—Netflix’s hit show is also an ’80s nostalgia trip for fans of the decade’s horror novels and pulp fiction.
The kids in ‘Stranger Things’ must rely on each other and the legends of which they are a part for answers about how to grow up and navigate the supernatural dysfunctions of their exurban Indiana town.
‘Do you eat kangaroos for breakfast?’
Netflix’s new hit series ‘Stranger Things’ creates a dark and dangerous world but imbues it with wonder. No wonder the heroes are children.
‘Stranger Things’ gets the ’80s and science fiction right in a way that the majority of retro TV usually gets tiresomely wrong.
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